There is a very distinct track at the rear of the service station so take a wander down this track and after about 500mtrs a track leading up and left, just follow this up and you will come to some very unusual quarry workings. Looking at the cut walls I have seen this form of Picon used as cornerstones on many old local houses.
I followed the path up past the quarry which after a few hundred metres finishes. Well being rather crazy I decided to climb up the face slope of the volcano, not something I would recommend if I have to be honest its very rough and slippery under foot. But I finally made the top and was surprised at the stunning views from up there. From below you can make out a cross, and again I was surprised that close up it stands over 2.5mtrs high, I had forgotten my normal camera but I got a few great shots with my phone. I particularly like the view along the LZ1.
There is of course a much easier route up to the top which can be accessed from Guatiza village, see the bottom middle picture that shows the path. Or even easier ask me for the directions.
Even using the pathway its a good slog up to the top but certainly well worth it for the views alone.
Don't forget if you are here on holiday and fancy a walk give me a call as I am always up for a wander.